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How to Be a Comedian – Tip: 25 – Acknowledge Idiosyncrasies

In this blog, How to Be a Comedian – Tip 25: Acknowledge Idiosyncrasies, I’ll discuss why comedians need to talk about things the audience may fixate on in order to get their attention back on the show.

How to Be a Comedian – Tip 24: Warm Up – Part 2

In this blog, How to Be a Comedian – Tip 24: Warm Up – Part 2, I’ll give more ways to warm up before going on stage.

How to Be a Comedian – Tip 23: Warm Up – Part 1

In this blog, How to Be a Comedian – Tip 23: Warm Up – Part 1, I’ll explain some reasons to warm up before you go on stage.

How to Be a Comedian – Tip 22: Rearranging Routines – Part 3

In this blog, How to Be a Comedian – Tip 22: Arranging Routines – Part 3, I’ll give some more ideas about effective ways for arranging routines.

How to Be a Comedian – Tip 21: Rearranging Routines – Part 2

In this blog, How to Be a Comedian – Tip 21: Rearranging Routines – Part 2, I’ll offer another technique for rearranging routines and bits so they are more effective.

How to Be a Comedian – Tip 20: Rearranging Routines – Part 1

In this blog, How to Be a Comedian – Tip 20: Rearranging Routines – Part 1, I’ll talk about the importance of rearranging routines and offer an excellent guideline.

How to Be a Comedian – Tip 19: Have an Introduction – Part 3

In this blog, How to Be a Comedian – Tip 19: Have an Introduction – Part 3, I’ll give a couple more approaches to writing introductions.

How to Be a Comedian – Tip 18: Have an Introduction – Part 2

In this blog, How to Be a Comedian – Tip 18: Have an Introduction – Part 2, I’ll offer several pointers for writing a good introduction.

How to Be a Comedian – Tip 17: Have an Introduction – Part 1

In this blog, How to Be a Comedian – Tip 17: Have an Introduction – Part 1, I’ll discuss the importance of writing an introduction for your shows.

How to Be a Comedian – Tip 16: Microphone Technique – Part 4

In this blog, How to Be a Comedian – Tip 16: Microphone Technique – Part 4, I’ll offer tips on dealing with the mic stand, being ready for the unexpected, and exiting the stage.

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